I have 4x 2.1A USB A charge ports in my custom case, supplied by a 12v 12Ah battery which is maintained by an 'always on' 12v 8A smart charger. More details are in my PC build log, among the last few posts, which is linked in my sig. (Note that the image on the link is not accurate, nor is the description. The actual item proved to be 4x 2.1A, labelled as such and tested as such by me with a Fluke multimeter and load tester. I've only tested each port individually though, I'm not sure as yet whether that is total load spread among both ports, or a valid simultaneous load per port). I need a new phone, as my Nokia 3.2 is shitting the bed. I can get a store credit (direct exchange does not exist due to the lack of availability of that model any more) or refund it at Big W where I bought it, as it's only 18 months into a 2 year factory warranty. I plan to use this store credit or refund towards buying a slightly better featured phone. I'm looking at this Vivo-Y70. One of the features that attracts me is the 'Ultra-Fast 33W Flash Charge'. It also has 128GB internal storage, a USB C connector and NFC, along with an 6.5" Amoled screen and what appears to be a competent though not exciting camera, all features which I am attracted to. I've no doubt that the phone will come with an appropriate fast wall wart charger, but I would prefer USB charging. My car also has a double 2.1A USB A source (although it also has a 240v source if I wanted to use the supplied fast wall wart I'm assuming it comes with, its just a little less inconvenient as the 240v socket is in the rear of the car, and the USB source is in the front). Can I buy, or make, a splitter of some kind which I can supply the single USB C port with double the power, such as a pair of the 2.1A charging ports? Or, even more spectacular, I calculate 33W @ 5v to equal 6.6A. Could I even use a triplet of cables into one USB C to give me 6.3A of fast charge? Of course the first thing anyone is going to tell me is that I should simply use the supplied charger, but anyone who follows me knows that I like to do things the hard/different way when I can. Humour me. Is it possible that I might be able to source or create a double or triple (charge only) USB C cable to provide the extra charge power? Or is that not the way it works?